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- Elephant Walk is a 1954 Paramount Pictures film, directed by William Dieterle, and starring Elizabeth Taylor, Dana Andrews, Peter Finch and Abraham Sofaer.
- Elephant Walk is a tradition at Texas A&M University in which the senior class walks around campus to remember the good times they had at Texas A&M. This tradition generally takes place the week before the Texas (University of Texas at Austin) football game.
- Underclassmen always wonder what goes on between the juniors and seniors during elephant walk while they are not allowed to watch. It is simply this. They fight. Wrestling, football games without pads, and assorted junior attacks with whip cream, eggs, etc
- A port town in southeastern Massachusetts, a noted resort and artists' community at the northern tip of Cape Cod; pop. 3,561
- Provincetown is a town located at the extreme tip of Cape Cod in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 3,431 at the 2000 census, with an estimated 2007 population of 3,174.
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The novelty of the Ceylon backgrounds and pictorial beauty are recommendable points in Elephant Walk, an otherwise leisurely-paced romantic drama. Robert Standish's novel about life among the pekoe-planters rates a sprawling script and direction that lacks attention-holding pace from William Dieterle. Of interest is the fact that in some of the Ceylon-filmed longshots, Vivien Leigh is still seen, although not noticeably so. Illness forced the English star out
of the picture after about a month of lensing, with Elizabeth Taylor replacing.
Elephants are the sympathetic heavies in this story of a bride who comes to Ceylon from England and finds her husband, the natives and the tea plantation still under the dominance of a dead man's memory. Added to this tradition worship is the always present threat that the pachyderms may eventually succeed in wrestling back from the white usurpers the trail they had used for centuries in coming down from the wilds to water. The plantation mansion had been built across the trail by the bridegroom's strong-willed late father, who had bowed to nothing, man or beast.
Paramount. Director William Dieterle; Producer Irving Asher; Screenplay John Lee Mahin; Camera Loyal Griggs; Editor George Tomasini; Music Franz Waxman
from VARIETY 1954
Elephant Walk Ribbon Cutting
Elephant Walk Restaurant & Lounge celebrates with a ribbon cutting
Left to right: Lois Baker, WDBJ; Charlotte Moore, Roanoke County Supervisor; Carey Harveycutter, Salem Civic Center, Bhupesh Patel, General Manager Holiday Inn Tanglewood; Peter Radjou Head Chef Elephant Walk Restaurant & Lounge; Debbie Kavitz, Salem-Roanoke County Chamber of Commerce
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